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seen at the Squid Festival in Glover's Harbour

These shots are from the scenic community of Glovers Harbour on the northeast coast where they were celebrating the annual Squid Festival and the unveiling of a new Canada Post stamp commemorating the community's giant squid statue.

IMGP1544.JPGIMGP1545.JPGIMGP1565.JPGThe road through Glover's Harbour turns into a parking lot as the time for the stamp launch nears.

IMGP1589.JPGCanada Post's Heather House, local MHA Clayton Forsey, the stamp's designer, Fraser Ross, mayor of Leading Tickles and president of Municipalities NL, Harry Hallett in the background.

IMGP1591.JPGCanada Post's Heather House presents Lily Burton, head of Glover's Harbour's local service committee with some framed stamp art for the Giant Squid interpretation centre.

IMGP1594.JPGGlover's Harbour's oldest and youngest residents cut the giant squid cake: Amber Ward (left), Eva Goudie (right).

IMGP1597.JPGDescendants of Joseph Martin, the man who caught the giant squid in 1878, gathered around the stamp.

IMGP1599.JPGLily Burton, Heather House and Fraser Ross with the Giant Squid statue.